Madera County District 3 Supervisor Rick Farinelli talks about what needs to be done to develop Madera economically:
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Recently I ran into B.J. “Jake” Robinson in the produce department at the grocery store. This former MUSD trustee’s late son, Cortez Robinson, was a year ahead of me in school.
“Man is in love / And loves what vanishes / What more is there to say?”
-- W.B. Yeats
“Who’s praying for me?” she asked us. When none of her fellow choristers responded, she persisted, “Who’s praying for me?”
Madera City Council Member Sally Bomprezzi, continuing to discuss various development topics:
Madera City Council Member Sally Bomprezzi says Madera is a great place, but doesn’t sell itself enough.
Richard Curtis Jay was a remarkable person. Among his many laudable attributes was his concern for the underprivileged of Madera.